Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA), North Bend, Washington | up to $1,750/week
North Bend, WA 98045 US
Tired of the typical one-size-fits-all approach that you get with most healthcare staffing agencies?
Hi! We re MAS Medical Staffing, one of the largest full-service healthcare staffing agencies in the country, and we have a better way to help our caregivers find the work they want.
At MAS you can choose from the convenience of local contracts right in your backyard or the adventure of travel contracts, all within one agency. When your needs change, we ve got you covered! Your dedicated support team can help you find your next role from our range of options.
What makes us different? You re never on your own at MAS your team is always just a phone call away, ready to assist with whatever you need. (Yes, a staffing agency with real people you can actually get on the phone!)
We re looking for Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA) in North Bend, Washington for contract positions. You MUST have an active license in Washington to be considered for this role.
Perks and Benefits:
- Competitive pay up to $1, 750/week.
- Industry-leading benefits, including health, dental & supplemental insurance, paid time off, and a 401(k) program with company match for those who qualify.
- Dedicated support team, just a phone call away and ready to help.
- Painless credentialing process, so you can start earning quickly.
- Same-day pay option for most shifts always free and there when you need it.
- Weekly direct deposit
- Ability to work a schedule that best fits your life and financial goals, whether that s short-term local contracts, or travel contracts.
- Travel contracts include housing stipends and relocation assistance for those who qualify.
- 20 years of experience helping medical professionals find rewarding careers.
As a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA) in North Bend, Washington you will provide outstanding care to patients, with a focus on a Rehabilitation Care setting. Your daily responsibilities will include:
- Collaborate with nursing team, patients, and physicians to review medical history.
- Perform patient assessments to develop individualized care plans that align with patient goals.
- Evaluate and record patient's progress through medical record documentation.
- Teach exercises to prevent future injury and facilitate health and wellness.
This role takes a special kind of person who is patient, trusting, communicative, and innovative.
- Full-time local and travel contracts available
- Monday-Friday day shift
- Competitive pay, up to $1, 750/week
- Must have an active license in Washington or valid compact license.
- Certification from an accredited school required.
- 1-year prior experience required
- Active CPR certification
- Reliable transportation
- Compliant with facility requirements for immunizations, background check, drug screening, etc.
MAS is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.